Plants Types Info By Tyler Cody

Bryophytes

Bryophytes live on land that is good water supplies. They are nonvascular plants that carry water through the plant.

This is an example of Bryophytes

They are not Vascular plants, and they also produce spores to make then plant the seed and grow more.

They also called moses and Liverwort

GYmnosperms

Gymnosperms are the largest vascular plants that have exposted seeds.

-They are Vascular plants and they also have enclosed seeds.

Angiosperms

Angiosperms is the majority of land plants that scientists estimate about. They first appeared about 150 million years ago.

-Vascular System

-Tracheophytes

They are called flowering plants or flowers

Credits:

Created with images by Websi - "plant blossom bloom" • Martin Cooper Ipswich - "Moss" • mauriciokell - "mosses bryophytes green" • skeeze - "snow forest winter" • Unsplash - "snow evergreen trees winding road" • r.mcminds - "20130624--IMG_1994.jpg" • col&tasha - "Rhinanthus minor"

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